1980's - 1990'sRESEARCH ARTICLES AND CENTER-PUBLISHED MONOGRAPHS
"School Desegregation: A Political-Economic Perspective," in School
Desegregation, edited by W.
Stephen and J. Feagin. San Francisco: Plenum Press, 1980.
"Institutionalized Discrimination: A Typological and Policy Analysis,"
in Human Relations Manual.
Washington: General Services Administration, 1980.
(With D. Eckberg) "Prejudice and Discrimination," Annual Review of
Sociology, edited by Ralph
Turner. Vol. 6, 1980, pp. 1-20
(With E. Woodrum, R. Rhodes) "Japanese American Economic Behavior," Social
Forces, 58 (June,
"Urban Revitalization and Displacement: Types, Causes, and Public Policy".
Policy Study No. 16. Center
for Energy Studies, The University of Texas, Austin, May 1981.
"Affirmative Action in an Era of Reaction." Pp. 44-61 in Consultations
on the Affirmative Action Statement
of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981-1982.
"Documenting and Measuring Race and Sex Discrimination," Civil Rights
Research Review 9(Spring-Summer,
1981), pp. 1-10.
(With C. Feagin) "Discrimination in the Economy: A Focus on Employment."
Pp. 236-264 in Readings in
Social Welfare Policy and Research, edited by Stephen Antler et alia (Lexington: Ginn, 1982).
"Urban Real Estate Speculation," International Journal of Urban and
Regional Research, VI(March 1982),
Reprinted in Critical Perspectives on Housing, edited by Rachel
Bratt, Chester Hartman, and Ann Meyerson
(Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1985)
(With D. Kendall) "Blatant and Subtle Patterns of Discrimination: Minority
Women in Medical Schools,"
The Journal of Intergroup Relations, 11(1983), pp. 8-33.
"Sunbelt Metropolis and Development Capital: Houston in the Era of Late
Capitalism." Pp. 99-127 in
Sunbelt/Snowbelt: Urban Development and Regional Restructuring. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1984).
(66) Reprinted in Practicing Texas Politics. Edited by Robert S. Trotter et alia. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985.
"The Social Costs of Private Enterprise." Pp. 115-150 in Research
in Social Problems and Public Policy,
edited by Michael Lewis and Joann L. Miller (Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, 1984).
(With D. Campbell) "Black Electoral Victories: Progress and Problems,"
Phylon, 45 (December 1984),
"The Role of the State in Urban Development: The Case of Houston, Texas,"
Environment and Planning:
Society and Space, II(December 1984), pp. 447-460.
"The Global Context of Metropolitan Growth: Houston and the Oil Industry,"
American Journal of Sociology,
90 (May 1985), 1204-1230.
(71) Reprinted in Exploring Society. Edited by A.R. Sadovnik et alia. (New York: Harper & Row, 1987), pp. 443-457.
"The Social Costs of Houston's Growth," The International Journal
of Urban and Regional Research,
IX(June 1986), pp. 617-628.
(With B.A. Shelton) "Community Organizing in Houston: Social Problems
and Community Response",
Community Development Journal, XX(April, 1985), pp. 99-105.
"The Corporate Center Strategy: The State in Central Cities," Urban
Affairs Quarterly, IX(June 1986),
"Slavery Unwilling to Die: The Background of Black Oppression in the
1980s," Journal of Black Studies,
XVII(December 1986), pp. 173-200.
"Tallying the Social Costs of Urban Growth under Capitalism: The Case
of Houston." Pp. 205-234 in
Business Elites and Urban Development, edited by Scott Cummings (New York: SUNY Press, 1988).
"The Dynamics of Legalization: Undocumented Mexican Immigrants in the
United States." Pp. 179-202
in Research in Political Sociology, edited by Richard G. Braungart and Margaret M. Braungart (Greenwich,
Conn.: JAI Press, 1987).
(With N. Rodriguez) "Urban Specialization in the World System: An Investigation
of Historical Cases",
Urban Affairs Quarterly, 22 (December, 1986), pp. 187-220.
(With M. P. Smith) "Cities and the New International Division of Labor."
Pp. 3-36 in The Capitalist City,
edited by M.P. Smith and Joe R. Feagin (London: Basil Blackwell, 1987).
(With R.C. Hill) "Detroit and Houston: Two Cities in Global Perspective."
Pp. 155-177 in The Capitalist City,
edited by M.P.Smith and Joe R. Feagin (London: Basil Blackwell, 1987).
"Office Towers in Houston: The Secondary Circuit of Capital," International
Journal of Urban and Regional
Research, XI(June 1987), pp. 171-192.
(82) "Changing Black Americans to Fit a Racist System," Journal of Social Issues, 43(No. 1, 1987), pp. 85-90.
(With N. Benokraitis) "The Mechanisms of Gender Discrimination: An Exploratory
Study of the Workplace",
National Journal of Sociology, 1(Fall, 1987), pp. 202-236.
(With A. Fleischmann) "The Politics of Growth-oriented Urban Alliances:
Comparing Old Industrial
and New Sunbelt Cities," Urban Affairs Quarterly, 23(December 1987), pp. 207-232.
(85) "Irrationality in Real Estate Investment," Monthly Review, 38(March 1987), 18-27.
"Theories of Discrimination." Pp. 41-48 in Racism and Sexism,
edited by Paula S. Rothenberg
(New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988).
"Local State Response to Economic Decline," in Regenerating the Cities,
edited by Dennis Judd,
Michael Parkinson, and Bernard Foley (Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 1988).
(With M. Gottdiener) "The Paradigm Shift in Urban Sociology," Urban
Affairs Quarterly, 24
(December 1988): 163-187.
Reprinted in The Sociology of Urban Communities Edited by Michael
Harloe. London: Edward Elgar
Publishing Limited, 1995).
"Arenas of Conflict: Zoning and Land-Use Reform in Critical Political-Economic
Perspective," in Euclid
at Sixty: Both Past and Prologue, edited by Charles M. Haar (Cambridge: American Planning Association,
"Houston: Hyper-Development in the Sunbelt," in Atop the Urban Hierarchy,
edited by Robert Beauregard
(New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 1989).
(With R. Parker) "Houston's Economic Decline and the Response of the
Local State," pp. 127-153
in Research in Politics and Society (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1988).
(With S. Capek) "Grassroots Movements in a Class Perspective." In Research
in Political Sociology,
edited by P.C. Wasburn (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1989).
(Witt L. Inniss) "The Black Underclass Ideology in Race Relations Analysis,"
Social Justice 16 (Winter,
1989), pp. 12-34.
"Barriers to Black Students in Higher Education: Learning from Qualitative
Position Paper, Center for Research on Minority Education, University of Oklahoma, 1989.
"Extractive Regions in Developed Countries: A Comparative Analysis of
the Oil Capitals, Houston
and Aberdeen," Urban Affairs Quarterly 25 (June, 1990), pp. 591-619.
"The Secondary Circuit of Real Estate Investment, Urban Affairs Quarterly
26 (September, 1990),
"Are Planners Collective Capitalists? The Cases of Houston and Aberdeen,"
of Urban and Regional Research 14 (No. 2, 1990), pp. 249-273.
"Theorien der rassischen und ethnischen Beziehungen in den Vereinigten
Staaten: Eine kritische
und vergleichende," in Ethnizitat (1990), Westdeutscher Verlag, Germany.
(With K. Riddell) "The State, Capitalism, and World War II: The U.S. Case,
" Armed Forces and
Society 17 (Fall, 1990), pp. 53-80.
M.P. Smith) "'Global Cities' und neue internationale Arbeitsteilung,"
pp. 62-88 in Das neue Gesicht
der Stadte, edited by Renate Borst et alia (Basel: Birkhauser Verlag, 1990).
R. Parker) "A Better Business Climate in Houston," pp. 216-238 in Leadership
Regeneration, edited by Dennis Judd and Michael Parkinson (Newbury Park: Sage, 1990).
R. Parker) "Military Spending in Free Enterprise Cities: The Military-Industrial
Complex in Houston
and Las Vegas," in The Pentagon and the Cities, edited by Andrew Kirby (Newbury Park: Sage, 1991).
R. Parker) "Houston: Administration by Economic Elites," in Big City
Politics in Transition, edited by
H.V. Savitch and J.C. Thomas (Newbury Park: Sage, 1991).
Continuing Significance of Race: Antiblack Discrimination in Public Places,"
Review 56 (February, 1991), pp. 101-116.
Reprinted in Fred L. Pincus and Howard J. Ehrlich (eds.), Race and
Ethnic Conflict (Boulder: Westview
Press, 1994), pp. 98-114.
(106a) Reprinted in
Malcolm Cross (ed.), The Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (Cheltenham,
Elgar, c. 1995).
in Norman R. Yetman (ed.), Majority and Minority (Sixth ed.; Boston:
Allyn and Bacon, 1999),
R. Bullard) "Racism and the City," pp. 55-76 in Urban Life in Transition,
edited by Mark Gottdiener
and Chris Pickvance (Newbury Park: Sage, 1991).
(108) "The Continuing Significance of Racism," Journal of Black Studies 22 (June 1992), pp. 546-578.
N. Benokraitis) "Sex Discrimination -- Subtle and Covert," pp. 334-343
in Down to Earth Sociology,
edited by James M. Henslin (New York: Free Press, 1993).
N. Benokraitis) "Sex Discrimination -- Subtle and Covert," pp. 133-142
in Constructions of Deviance,
edited by Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler (Belmont: Wadsworth, 1994).
"On Not Taking Gendered Racism Seriously: The Failure of the Mass Media
and the Social Sciences,"
Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 28 (September 1992), pp. 400-406.
Racial-ethnic Cultures: Opposition within a Mythical Melting Pot," pp.
65-86 in Toward the
Multicultural University, edited by Benjamin Bowser, Terry Jones, and Gale Auletta-Young (Westport:
Praeger, 1995). (with B. L. Mitchell)
(113) "A House
is not a Home: White Racism and U.S. Housing Practices," pp. 17-48 in
The American Legacy, edited by Robert Bullard. (Los Angeles: UCLA, 1994).
"The Bill Cosby Television Show: The View from the Black Middle Class,"
Journal of Black Studies,
forthcoming, December 1996 (With L. Inniss)
"Theoretical Perspectives in Race and Ethnic Relations, " pp. 29-47
in Race and Ethnic Conflict edited by
F. L. Pincus and H. J. Ehrlich (Boulder: Westview Press, 1994). (with C. Feagin)
Land Policy and Boom-Bust Real Estate Markets, Policy Focus Series
(Cambridge: Lincoln Institute of
Land Policy, 1994). (With other scholars)
"Racial Barriers to African American Entrepreneurship: An Exploratory
Study," Social Problems 41
(November 1994), pp. 562-584. (with N. Imani)
"Multiculturalism: A Democratic Basis for U.S. Society," in McGraw-Hill
Primis series, edited by
George Ritzer (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995). (22 pages) (With H. Vera and B. Zsembik)
Reprinted in Perspectives on Sociology, edited by Craig Calhoun
and George Ritzer (New York: McGraw-Hill,
1996), pp. 1-22.
'Race' in its Place," pp. 3-28 in The Bubbling Cauldron: Race, Ethnicity
and the Urban Crisis, edited
by M. P. Smith and J. R. Feagin (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota press, 1995). (With M. P. Smith)
American Entrepreneurship and Racial Discrimination: A Southern Metropolitan
Case," pp. 99-120
in M. P. Smith and J. R. Feagin (eds.), The Bubbling Cauldron: Race, Ethnicity and the Urban Crisis
(Minneapolis: University of Minnesota press, 1995). (With M. Hodge)
Intellect?: Sincere Fictions of the White Self," Journal of Negro
Education 64 (Summer 1995):
295-306. (with H. Vera, and A. Gordon)
Americans' Inflicted Anomie," pp. 155-172 in Gail Thomas (ed.), Race
and Ethnicity in America:
Meeting the Challenge, US Race Relations in the Twenty- First Century (Washington, D. C.: Taylor and Francis,
1995). (With H. Vera)
(124) "Reparations for Catastrophic Waste," Poverty and Race 3 (1994), p. 4. (With H. Vera)
White-Black Relations in the United States: Toward a Theory of Racism
as Sacrificial Waste",
Journal of Contemporary Sociology, 31 (1994), pp. 169-182. (with H. Vera)
Action and African Americans: Rhetoric and Practice," Humboldt Journal
of Social Relations 21
(1995): 81-104. (with A. Porter)
(127) "White Racism: Bibliographic Essay," Choice, 33 (February 1996): 903-914. (with A. Porter)
White Racism: The Future of Equal Rights in the United States," pp. 29-46
in S. L. Myers, Jr.
(ed.), Civil Rights and Race Relations in the Post Reagan-Bush Era (Westport: Praeger, 1997).
Public Places," in Susan J. Ferguson (ed.), Mapping the Social Landscape
Calif.: Mayfield, 1996), pp. 345-356. (with M. Sikes)
Family Costs of White Racism: The Case of African American Families,"
Journal of Comparative
Family Studies, Vol. 29, 1998, forthcoming. (With Y. St. Jean)
Masques: Black Women and Subtle Gendered Racism," pp. 173-200 in N. V.
Subtle Sexism: Current Practices and Prospects for Change (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1997).
Women, Sexism and Racism: Double Jeopardy Revisited," pp. 157-180 in
C. R. Ronai, B. Zsembik,
and J. Feagin (eds.), Everyday Sexism in the Third Millennium (New York: Routledge, 1997). (With Y. St. Jean)
Racial and Ethnic Concepts: The Critical Case of Very Young Children,"
American Sociological Review
61 (October 1996): 779-793. (With D. Van Ausdale)
(134) "Racism in the Post-Colonial World," International Policy Review 6 (1996): 30-40. (With P. Batur-Vanderlippe)
and the New International Division of Labor." Pp. 339-371 in The Sociology
of Urban Communities II,
edited by M. Harloe (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Ltd., 1996). (With M. P. Smith)
on "Segregation" and "Minority Groups," in The World Book Encyclopedia.
Chicago: Field Enterprises
Education Corporation, 1981, 1997.
(137) "Old Poison
in New Bottles: The Deep Roots of Modern Nativism." Pp. 13-43 in Immigrants
Out! The New
Nativism and the Anti-immigrant Impulse in the United States, edited by Juan Perea (New York: New York
University Press, 1997).
in Critical White Studies: Looking Behind the Mirror. Edited by
R. Delgado and J. Stefancic
(Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1997).
Living with Everyday Sexism in the Third Millennium," pp. 1-11 in C. R.
Ronai, B. Zsembik,
and J. Feagin (eds.), Everyday Sexism in the Third Millennium (New York: Routledge, 1997). (With C. R.
Ronai, B. Zsembik)
Police-Citizen Encounters: An Analysis of Major Newspaper Accounts,"
Critical Sociology 22 (1996):
29-49. (With K. Lersch)
White Students: The Whiteness of University Spaces," in Reading Between
the Lines, edited by
A. Konradi and M. Schmidt (Mountain View, Calif.: Mayfield, 1998), pp. 386-398. ( With H. Vera and N. Imani)
(142) "The Future
of U.s. Society in an Era of Racism, Group Segregation, and Demographic
Revolution," in Millenial
Milestone: The Heritage and Future of Sociology in North America, edited by J. AbuLughod (ISA, 1998),
(143) "The Long-Overdue
Reparations for African Americans: Necesary for Societal Survival?" in
edited by Roy
Brooks (With E. O'Brien)
(144) "The Growing Movement for Reparations" in edited by Roy Brooks (With E. O'Brien)(146) "The Global Color Line: Racial and Ethnic Inequality and Struggle from a Global Perspective", pp. 3-24 in